Prayer Jar Challenge


During this time, we would like to create fun ways for worship at home, so we have come up with the #prayerjarchallenge, a fun competition to see who can come up with the most exciting and creative prayer jar.


Prayer Jar Challenge

To help children think about the meaning of prayer, have them each create their own DIY Prayer Jar. This activity could go along with a discussion about what prayer is, why we pray, and specific Bible verses related to prayer. You might want to focus on just one thing. Maybe you could think about things to be thankful for, even in these difficult times, and create Gratitude Jars. You can use anything you can find in the house – be creative! Email pictures in to or tweet @CDAT_Education



Excellent work from Martha Y3 (Wybunbury delves)



 Fantastic work from James Y3 (Wybunbury delves)

James, year three, made a prayer jar with his brother Harry in reception class.  Inside there is a map of the world as we think about people from across the globe at this difficult time.


Great work from max! (Brereton primary school)



A big well done to ilsa (St Georges Hyde)